The “Chemin-Qui-Marche” lookout in Montréal is a linear park from which one can admire the Saint Laurent river panorama. The whole project is inspired by the surrounding railway and harbour. Treille lighting columns with frettet aluminum pattern and Mikado PM lamp post punctuate the whole landscape project.
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Technilum’s icon Mikado has become a must have in qualitative urban projects. Reknowned for its unique trapezoidal profile, it can be arranged in alignments or in cluster. Made of extruded aluminum, entirely weld-free (City Module concept) Mikado is available in different heights, to suit all illumination configurations.
Treille takes its name (trellis) from its fretted aluminum structure. The customizable pattern and the internal illumination enhances the model with a distinctive look, giving off a cascading light effect. The practical side is that the light source is conveniently protected. Download our cutting patterns collection